Saturday, November 2, 2013

Blogger vs. Wordpress vs. Tumblr

This is what I would like to share with anyone who would like my opinion of which of these three blogging platforms is the best.

What I like
You can customize the way the blog looks, and change the HTML
What I don't like :
Only 4 templates to choose from, only auto publishes to Google+
This problem can be solved by using a 3rd party service like Twitter feed

What I like
Nicer blog feed, easier to reblog has a like post and better sharing options than Blogger, and can connect to Tumblr
What I don't like :
You need  Premium Wordpress to get the most out of Wordpress, this lets you customize your blog so that you don't need to find a new template that has the text, and color that matches your background.
Also, you need to log on in order to follow a blog,which must be done from your own blog. Wordpress also doesn't use Javascript. Even though Molly the Dog (a Blogger blog) and DArHook (a Wordpress blog) a both have 11 followers. Molly the dog gets more traffic, and  DArHooK has had 11 followers for a longer time.

What I like
Auto publishes post to Facebook and Twitter, don't need a follow widget to gain followers like Blogger as that comes with all templates
What I don't like :
Need HTML knowledge to change things on blog, unlike Blogger which also has a Layout page to place widgets. Blog stats are hard to find, picture only templates are not pinterest friendly for getting the web address of a post

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